BOOM: The Art of Resistance


The Art of Resistance installation designed/curated by Leslie Dreyer.

BOOM: The Art of Resistance – A Diversity of Bay Area Anti-Displacement Tactics

Organized by Leslie Dreyer, this exhibition presents critical reflections on race, class and accessibility politics within struggles against displacement.

Featuring contributions by Sogorea Te’ Land Trust with Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes/Dignidad Rebelde, Poor Magazine’s Homefulness Project and GentriFukation Tour, Qilombo’s Fight for Afrikatown, Anti-Eviction Mapping Project with Zeph Fishlyn, Amara T. Smith and Ellen Sebastian Chang’s House/Full of Black Women with fillmmaker Ginika Oruche, Coalition on Homelessness with Leslie Dreyer, Heart of the City Collective with The Last 3%, Eviction Free San Francisco, Save East 12th Coalition, SF Anti-Displacement Coalition, Street Cred Advertising for the People, Gay Shame, and countless unnamed movement collaborators, participants and documentarians.

Exhibit on view at Random Parts, 1206 13th Ave, Oakland, CA
July 30 – September 10, 2016

Viewing hours: Thursday August 4, 18, 25, September 1 and closing event on the 10th from 4-7pm each night.
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Boom: The Art of Resistance installation.

Art of Resistance

Art of Resistance

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